Bobcat 321 and 323

Bobcat has introduced an enhanced version of the 323 mini excavator and the brand-new 321. Together with the 1.3-tonne 319, the new machines are designed to provide fast cycle times and high productivity.

Equipped with canopy, the 321 has an operating weight of 1,476kg and offers a maximum digging depth of 2.23m, a dump height of 2.50m and a reach of 3.94m. Weighing 1,561kg, with canopy, the 323 has a longer arm and offers a maximum dig depth of 2.33m, dump height of 2.58m and reach of 4.03m. The units are powered by the Kubota 9.9kW D722 diesel engine.

Like the 319, the new 321 and 323 feature the same "cylinder-over-boom" design for improved protection. The new machines also feature expandable undercarriages and two-speed travel. Auxiliary hydraulics are standard.


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